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auricular

Said of the shape of an ornament of organic and dynamic forms that resemble the ear.
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A red and tender ear can raise a differential diagnosis that includes erysipelas, relapsing polychondritis, and auricular perichondritis.
Ten traits were scored on the pubic symphysis (5 on each side) and 18 on the auricular surface (9 on each side), for a total of 28 traits.
auricular flour had an acceptable gluten network microstructure.
The words kwab (lobe) and auricular, current since the 19th century, describe elements of the objects' physical appearance, in particular their resemblance to parts of the human body.
El proposito del siguiente trabajo, fue evaluar in vivo la actividad anti-inflamatoria de un propoleos chileno recolectado en la localidad de Mulchen, region del Bio-Bio, en el modelo de edema auricular de raton inducido por TPA y el analisis histologico de estas muestras.
In sections on body acupuncture points, ear acupuncture points, and trigger points, they address such aspects as the small intestine channel, points on the auricular lobule according to Chinese nomenclature, projection zones of internal organs according to Nogier, long radial extensor muscles of the wrist, and tensor muscles of the fascia lata.
(4,5) Such variations alter the overall size of the sacrum, the position and surface areas of the auricular surface, and the orientation of superior articular facets of the sacrum.
Coss, "An impression and cast construction technique for implant-retained auricular prostheses," Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
However, little study has been performed for growth factors associated with auricular cartilage regeneration by ASCs.